More: henry cagey
The diminished power of the Trump administration's face of Indian Affairs was on strong display as tribal leaders opened one of their biggest meetings of the year.
Tribal leaders backed a House bill that would give them the ability to control more of their land, instead of having to get federal approval for virtually any use.
Tribal leaders and their advocates are embracing a once-controversial Indian land bill, seeing it as a means for exercising greater control of their economic futures.
The first official meeting of the Tribal Leaders Cannabis Association will take place March 12 in Las Vegas.
Henry Cagey, a council member and former chairman, wants to form the Tribal Cannabis Association.
Tax reform is important to Indian Country because it presents an opportunity to fix some of the structural problems that cripple tribal economies.